Oriental Buffet Folkestone (Folkestone) Reviews
Description:18-20 Rendezvous Street, Folkestone, Kent CT20 1EY Tel : 01303 227356 Fax : 01303 227357
Newest Review: ... which is very handy and all the mains and most of the starters were covered with metal lids so no bugs could get to the food which is normally my main concern with buffet style restaurants. The starter were varied and included prawn toast, chicken balls, crispy chicken, seaweed, chips, onion rings, spring rolls, pancakes samosas etc. The mains included an array of different rices and noodle ... more
Customer Oriental Buffet Folkestone (Folkestone) Reviews (3)
by - written on 24/08/13 (Useful, 36 readings)
We wend to the oriental buffet in Folkestone because we were sick of the food in the hotel we were staying in. There was a lot of choice and the food was split up into starters, mains and deserts so it was easy to find your way around. All the dishes were labelled so you know what you are getting which is very handy and all the mains and most of the starters were covered with metal lids so no bugs could get to the food which is normally my main concern with buffet style restaurants. The starter were varied and included prawn toast, chicken balls, crispy chicken, seaweed, chips, onion rings, spring rolls, pancakes samosas etc. The mains included an ... Read the complete review
by Steeps - written on 01/05/10
I thought the place was overall very poor. The food was of a low standard - ingredients were missing, for example there was no hoi sin sauce, cucumber or spring onion to go with the duck pancakes. The atmosphere felt awkward - I'm no bigot, but the staff didn't seem to understand each other very well, let alone us. The restaurant had a fish & chip shop feel to it - plastic tables, paper napkins (of which we were allowed one each despite much of the food being held in one's fingers). There were no chopsticks. As far as the food was concerned: the chicken korma was anaemic, the spare ribs tasteless, the mussels like rubber, the singapore noodles a solid mass. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/03, updated on 26/12/03 (Very useful, 844 readings)
Back in the early 90s, I once turned up early for a wedding reception being held at a swanky hotel in Hertfordshire and spent half an hour talking to someone I thought was an overtly tanned but otherwise very proper and polite maitre d', while we waited outside for the other guests and the happy couple to arrive. A couple of hours later, a friend beckoned me over and asked if I realised who the guy was. I looked closer but although he seemed vaguely familiar, the name wasn't there. "It's Martin Chivers" my friend said: And indeed it was the ex-Saints, Spurs and England No 9. Ok, so anyone under 35 probably won't have a clue, but in scoring ... Read the complete review
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